Love per Square Foot Netflix original film, released at the best time of the year and was one of the best things to do with your significant other. If you’re a Netflix person, you must have watched it by now but if you haven’t, give no second thoughts and just go for it! You can watch the trailer right here to provoke yourself to watch it.
Love per Square feet is the story of two youngsters who dream of owning their own spaces in Mumbai and are still thriving in the city and are yet to discover their individuality.
With Vicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar as the lead couple in the film, who are seeking for a house in Mumbai and the way their story develop when they find a couples-only apartment, it is an interesting plot. The protagonist’s stories’ seem very believable as it is based on real-life struggles.
Not only that, there are marvelous actors like Supriya Pathak playing Angira’s mother who leaves no stone unturned to engross the audience with her acting. And then there’s Raghubir Yadav’s real-world charm that makes us identify with the character even more.
Sanjay Chaturvedi (Vicky Kaushal) wanted to become a singer initially but had to let go of his dream because of his father’s whim. On the other hand, Karina D’Souza (Angira Dhar) has been set up with a decent Christian boy by her single mother (played by Supriya Pathak). It is not very hard to believe what the leads go through because their problems resonate with ours at many levels.
The connecting link between Sanjay and Karina is their office where they both work but there is no romance budding originally as they are both involved with other people. And they both tend to sign up for a housing scheme furtively and that is how they encounter feelings for each other and for the dream of owning their own house in Mumbai.
Love per square foot has done it’s best capture the ethos of the big city Mumbai, its chaos and its spirit and has been able to achieve it. And the best part is, it’s not overdone at all. Even the protagonists represent the sharp and prudent Mumbai spirit to the “T”.
Director Anand Tiwari has worked well with nuances in the movie and made the subplots extremely enjoyable.
The film has its own charm even if it doesn’t dive deep into emotions.
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So fellas, just in case you are still wondering why people are swooning over this movie, you have to watch it yourself. So go grab some popcorns and watch it! Also, share the article with your friends to make them watch too.
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